Berkeley County 4-H Clubs

Open enrollment for Berkeley County 4-H begins on October 1st which is the beginning of the new 4-H year and is open year – round. The age requirement for 4-H membership is that the child turn 9 years old during the 4-H year and/or be in 3rd grade. The Cloverbud program is for children ages 5 through 8. For information on how to contact the clubs listed below please call the WVU Berkeley County Extension Office at 304-264-1936 or email 4-H Agent Doug Hovatter

Berkeley County Shooting Sports

Anyone interested in joining the Shooting Sports Club should contact Brian Atkins at 304-754-5514 or This club is a special interest group with an emphasis on Archery and Air Rifle target shooting as well as gun safety. Leaders and volunteers are certified through the 4-H Shooting Sports program given by the West Virginia University Extension Service. You can also visit their website at

More Berkeley County Clubs

4-H Livestock Club ~ Butler Farms in Arden ~ 3rd Monday ~ 6 PM
Arden ~ Trinity Lutheran Church in Arden ~ 3rd Wednesday ~ 7 PM
Back Creek Valley Mountaineers ~ Junior Order Lodge Hall in Hedgesville ~ 2nd Tuesday ~ 7 PM
Blue Ridge Helping Hands ~ Mountain Ridge Intermediate ~ 1st Monday ~ 7 PM
Congenial Clovers ~ St John’s Lutheran Church in Martinsburg ~ 2nd Monday ~ 6:30 PM
Denim & Dust ~ Eastern Panhandle Board of Realtors ~ 1st Tuesday ~ 6 PM
Greensburg Go-Getters ~ Pilgrim Presbyterian Church in Martinsburg ~ 3rd Monday ~ 7 PM
Hedgesville Jr. Fire Company ~ Hedgesville VFD in Hedgesville ~ 1st Tuesday ~ 7:30 PM
Hedgesville New Adventurers ~ James Rumsey , Room A-16 ~ 1st Tuesday ~ 6:30 PM
Hedgesville Superchargers ~ Hedgesville Methodist Church ~ 1st Monday ~ 6:30 PM
Lucky Charms ~ St Leo’s Church in Inwood ~ 4th Wednesday ~ 6:30 PM
Military Kids ~ Heritage Freewill Baptist in Inwood ~ 2nd Friday ~ 6:30 PM
Mt Airy Winners ~ Marvin Chapel in Martinsburg ~ 2nd Monday ~ 7 PM
New Seekers ~ St Luke’s Church in Martinsburg ~ 3rd Monday ~ 6:30 PM
Scrabble Scramblers ~ Mt Wesley Church in Martinsburg ~ 2nd Monday ~ 7 PM
Shining Stars ~ Eagle School Intermediate ~ 2nd Wednesday ~ 4 PM
Soaring Eagles ~ Leader’s Home in Martinsburg ~ 3rd Friday ~ 2 PM
South Berkeley ~ Valley View Elementary ~ 3rd Wednesday ~ 6 PM
Southern Cross ~ Vanville Church in Martinsburg ~ 1st Monday ~ 6:30 PM
Sulphur Springs Superstars ~ Musselman High School ~ 2nd Monday ~ 7 PM
Swan Pond ~ Leaders Home in Martinsburg ~ 2nd Tuesday ~ 7 PM
Tomahawk Warriors ~ Tomahawk Elementary ~ 1st Tuesday ~ 6:30 PM
Tuscarora Indians ~ Tuscarora Ruritan Club in Martinsburg ~ 1st Tuesday ~ 6:30 PM
Valley Star ~ JOUAM Lodge in Glengary ~ 3rd Monday ~ 7 PM
Wetumpka ~ Falling Waters Presbyterian Church in Falling Waters ~ 1st Tuesday ~ 7 PM
Wild & Wonderful ~ Berkeley County Fairgrounds ~ 3rd Thursday ~ 1:30 PM
Shooting Sports Club ~ BCV Gun Club in Hedgesville ~ 1st & 3rd Wednesday ~ 6 PM
Livestock Judging team ~ Horse Judging teams ~ Berkeley County At Large ~ Meetings Scheduled throughout the year


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Dairy Judging Team

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